Druggy G. and nepO, two Americans from the east coast, found their drummer in the eastern suburb of London after having auditioned 7000 of them. They worked 9 months on the 3 tunes of this ep, which was released in limited edition in 1994.
The Fuzz allowed Chenard Walcker to publish 'God Bless The Radio' as a free download, ten years after its original release, in the Free Sample Zone.
Hip Hop'n Roll, baby!
Songs by nepO/Greewald
Lyrics by Druggy G.
Produced by Marc Waterman and The Fuzz
c 1994 Laurel / cc 2004 Free Sample Zone
The Fuzz explained in the original notes why they refused to pay royalties for using samples. They encouraged artists to follow their policy. They had no success, neither with the music nor with the Free Sample movement. They released their following albums under the name of The O. For more info, check the links below :